The Hall of Fame Art Gallery

The Hall of Fame Art Gallery is located in Bliss Hall 107 on the historic Bronx Community College campus. We have been operating for over 40 years.

The gallery is directed by faculty and run by several student interns on a rotating basis.

We mount four to five shows a year, featuring the work of our Digital Arts students, faculty, and staff, along with local artists from the Bronx and the Tri-State area. Exhibitions range from traditional fine art to graphic design, photography, digital art and more. Group shows and solo exhibitions from established and emerging artists allow our students exposure to current trends in the art world.

The gallery is funded in part by the Art & Music Department of Bronx Community College, the BCC Art & Music Consortium and BCC, Inc.

Contact Us

Art Gallery Director:
Prof. Patricia Cazorla
Bliss Hall, Room 306
718-289-5100 Ex.3706

Main Office

Bliss Hall [BL], Rm. 303
Phone: 718-289-5341
CUNY Office Assistant:
Jasmina Betánces


Framing the Female Gaze: Women Artists and the New Historicism.
In collaboration with Lehman College Art Gallery, the Hall of Fame Art Gallery will present a focus exhibition of two contemporary Latinoamerican artists, Cecilia Paredes and Lara Alcánta Lansberg, focusing on performance and self-portraiture photography, respectively.
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Gallery’s staff

Meena Mangroo

Gallery Intern

My name is Meena Mangroo, and I’m 24 years old. I was born and raised in Guyana, South America, and recently moved to New York. I am a self-taught Graphic Designer with about four years of professional experience. I’m a second-year student at BCC pursuing my degree in Digital Design. I have always considered myself a creative and tech-savvy person, so I enjoy doing anything that requires me to be creative or use my technology. I also firmly believe that education is the key to success, so I’m always up for learning new things.

Hall of Fame Art Gallery Archive

March 17 – May 8, 2023

Unsung Heroines, An Exhibition of works by Rose DeSiano

Unsung Heroines, Virtual Monuments Series. An Exhibition of Works by Rose DeSiano



An Exhibition of Works by Rose DeSiano

In honor of Women’s Heritage Month, the Hall of Fame Gallery at Bronx Community College is pleased to present the work of artist Rose DeSiano.

Recognizing the need for many unsung heroines to be honored, DeSiano developed an interactive web interface that invites viewers to create monuments dedicated to their own unsung heroines. Working with public submissions, she creates 3D renderings incorporating uploaded portraits. These monument renderings are then inserted into 3D photogrammetry maps, in locations of the submitter’s choice, creating final photographic documentation of these virtual monuments to real heroines. Included in this exhibition of photographic prints are reflective artworks that allow the viewer to place themselves into their own monument. Reflections, selfies, and snapshots create an interactive, immersive conversation about monuments that are designed to celebrate a community, rather than simply honoring a select few.


The Fall 2023 Digital Design and Studio Art Student Exhibition
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October through November 2022

On display at: Roscoe Brown Hall Rm. RBSC 211

Caution: Collage and Papel Picado Ahead
An Exhibition of Works by Blanka Amezkua

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Hall of Fame Gallery at Bronx Community College is pleased to present the exhibition, Caution: Collage and Papel Picado Ahead, featuring works by Bronx-based artist, Blanka Amezkua. For this exhibition, Blanka will present vibrant and colorful compositions of collage and cut paper inspired by the traditional Mexican art of papel picado.

The Hall of Fame Gallery presents

The Spring 2022
Digital Design and Art Studio
Art Student Show

May/June 2022
Spring 2022 Student Exhibition*

The Hall of Fame Gallery cordially invites you to the Spring 2022 Student Exhibition online. Celebrate the hard work, talent, and creativity of BCC’s Digital and Studio Art students.


*Precise links for these online exhibitions are TBA and will be sent out via BCC Broadcast once exhibition material is posted to our gallery website.



Roscoe Brown Student Center 211

March 7 – April 28

In honor of Women’s History Month, Bronx Community College and The Hall of Fame Art Gallery are pleased to present Ruth Bass: Portraits of Women, 1974–2001. A faculty member at BCC from 1965 to 2020, Ruth Gilbert Bass (1938–2021) was not only a valued educator, but also a curator, critic, and artist. The eighteen works on display span four decades, allowing viewers to appreciate not only the variety of sitters Bass portrayed throughout the years, but also to follow her stylistic development over time.

February-April 2022
Works by Michael Paul Britto*

Michael Paul Britto’s interdisciplinary practice spans a broad scope of mediums from videos to digital photography, sculpture, collage, and performance. He has a BA from City College, NY. His past residencies include The New Museum, Smack Mellon, The Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, and LMCC. He has exhibited at El Museo del Barrio, The Studio Museum of Harlem, and The Kitchen in (NY) as well as internationally at The Zacheta National Gallery (Warsaw), and the Victoria and Albert Museum (London). Britto has been written about in the New York Times, Art In America, and The Brooklyn Rail. He is also a teaching artist and the co-founder of the “Young Men Of Color” film/video training program at Downtown Community Television in New York City. [from]

June 2021
Spring 2021 Student Show

The Hall of Fame Gallery invites you to the Spring 2021 Student Show online. Celebrate the hard work, talent, and creativity of BCC’s Digital Design and Studio Art students.

March-April 2021
Works by Jessica Lagunas 

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Hall of Fame Art Gallery will feature an online exhibition of works by New York-based Latinx artist Jessica Lagunas. Most of Lagunas’ work deals with the condition of women in contemporary society. Using a minimum of elements, she works with unconventional materials—makeup, hair, perfume—to approach projects that question women’s relationships with others and with themselves. She uses a variety of media, such as video-performance, installation, drawing, prints, artist books, embroidery, and weaving. From

Fall 2020

November 2020 – Solitary Confinement: An Online Exhibition by Artist and Writer Beldan Sezen

Beldan Sezen is an artist and writer who roots her practice in image perception and the collective experience of (reading) spaces. Her practice takes a bold compassionate stand while being unafraid to challenge us in regard to gun violence, health care, current threads of social unrest and jingoism. Taking the form of graphic novels, artist’s books, drawing, essays and installations, her work is combined with a raw outspokenness and minimalistic style that sensitively adds a voice to the unspoken. [from]

December 2020 – Fall 2020 Student Exhibition

Spring 2020

  • Black History Month: a selection of works from the collection of Marlene Grant
    February 19 – March 19, reception on February 20, 2–4 pm.
  • Women’s History Month: Mixed Media Work by Lina Puerta
    Online Exhibition.
  • Spring 2020 Digital Arts Student Exhibition extended through October.

Fall 2019

  • Diversity in Public Art, September 21 – October 28,
    Reception on October 21, 12–2 pm.
  • Digital Arts Alumni Show, in celebration of CUNY Month
    November 6 – 22, reception on November 15, 12–2 pm.
  • Fall 2019 Digital Arts Student Exhibition
    December 3 – 13, reception on December 9, 12–2 pm.

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